Being on the cutting edge of technology is important to Savannah Technical College. The Electrical Technology Department at the Savannah campus was the first in the state to bring Alternative Energy to the forefront of technical education. The Electrical Technology programs provide instruction in the inspection, maintenance, installation and repair of electrical systems in residential, commercial, industrial and sustainable energy environments. A combination of theory and practical application is emphasized to develop academic, technical and professional knowledge and skills.
Short-term training is offered for Photovoltaic (solar), Sustainable Technologies (solar, thermal, wind) with certificates (TCCs).
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, electrical career fields will flourish during the next decade with a 23% increase in jobs, which have an average income of more than $48K annually. The U.S. Department of Labor notes the need for more than just wiring specialists. Those with the ability to incorporate sustainable technologies will increase workforce opportunities and demand.
Electrical Technology is offered at the Savannah and Effingham campuses. Apply to day to earn a degree, diploma or short-term Technical Certificate of Credit (TCC).